The Sarona Market has opened its doors and crowds of curious culinary enthusiasts are making the pilgrimage to the country’s biggest indoor food market in the heart of Tel Aviv.

Four years after Gindi Holdings announced plans for the foodie landmark, the market featuring 89 businesses under one roof is now open for business.

Think Chelsea Market in Hebrew.

The market is based in the former German Templer district of Tel Aviv, not far from the Azrieli shopping center.

From fresh-baked goods to aged cheeses, spiced olives to farmers’ produce, seafood to sweets, it’s a gastronomic heaven spread over 8,700 square meters.

Owners of the market expect 10,000 to 15,000 visitors during the week and some 25,000 buyers on the weekend. The market is open seven days a week.

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